Historic Adelaide Victorian terrace residence under offer

Historic Adelaide Victorian terrace residence under offer
Historic Adelaide Victorian terrace residence under offer

A Victorian terrace residence located in the East End of Adelaide with elevated district views is on the market, but under offer. 

It has been offered by Tim Thredgold and Mellissa Hesketh from Toop & Toop Real Estate. 

Situated on a 205sqm block, the Victorian terrace at 307 North Terrace, Adelaide combines original grandeur with contemporary style.

The Victorian terrace of buildings was completed during the boom from the late 1860s to the mid 1880s. 

It was part of the Botanic Chambers and Hotel designed by architect Michael McMullen and built by J.Barry in 1876 - 1877 for Richard Vaughan. 

The home comprises four bedrooms, large formal living and dining room with fireplace, gourmet kitchen with marble bench tops, and glass bi-fold doors opening to the private courtyard.

Historic Adelaide Victorian terrace residence under offer

The basement contains a guest bedroom, separate bathroom and full kitchen with its own private entry off North Terrace. 

Other highlights include double glazing, solar panels, filtered water, high ceilings and polished timber floorboards. 

Historic Adelaide Victorian terrace residence under offer

It has been recently re-wired and plumbed. 

The terrace is within an easy stroll to cafes, cinemas, sport, entertainment, Botanic Gardens and surrounding parklands.

It is currently under offer.

The expressions of interest campaign was scheduled to close June 6. 

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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